At the center of the city, above a Marta station by the same name is the intersection called Five Points. We should call that Big Five Points, because Little Five Points is miles to the east of Big Five Points.
Little Five Points is a section of Moreland Avenue north of I-20 where it crosses McLendon Avenue and Euclid Avenue. It is just south of Freedom Parkway, and north of the railroad tracks and the large new shopping center with Best Buy, Target and the Kroger. The Inman Park Marta station is less than a two mile walk from Little Five Points. Little Five points is home of one of the best hamburgers in Atlanta and some pretty good pizza. L5P is neighbors with Inman Park, Candler Park, Edgewood and Poncey Highlands. Moreland Avenue at Little Five Points is the border of Fulton County Georgia and Dekalb County.
Theaters and Entertainment. Check out the 7 Stages Theatre which features live shows with contemporary content. Dad’s Garage Theatre is more comedy oriented and takes itself a little less seriously. Go to their web-site and you can see they are a little bit touched. The Horizon Theatre mixes it up with everything from Broadway musicals to comedy.